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Kean College 

Union, New Jersey 



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Muriel Celestin, Editor 




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Campus Life 


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Seniors 


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Sports 


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Candids 


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Organizations 


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Rich Ruffallo Lecture 33 



Winners Are 

People Like You 





Winners take chances. 
Like everyone else, they fear failing, 
but they refuse to let fear control them. 
Winners don't give up. 
When life gets rough, they hang in 
until the going gets better. 
Winners are flexible. 

They realize there is more than one way 
and are willing to try others. 
Winners know they are not perfect. 
They respect their weaknesses 
while making the most of their strengths. 
Winners fall, but they don't stay down. 
They stubbornly refuse to let a fall 
keep them from climbing . . . 

Winners don't blame 

fate for their failures 
nor luck for their successes. 
Winners accept responsibility 

for their lives. 
Winners are positive thinkers 
who see good in all things. 
From the ordinary, they make 

the extraordinary. 
Winners believe in the path they 

have chosen 
even when it's hard, 
even when others can't see 

where they are going. 
Winners are patient. 
They know a goal is only as worthy 
as the effort that's required to achieve it. 
Winners are people like you. 
They make this world a 
better place to be. 

— Nancye Sims 



34 Rich Ruffallo Lecture 



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COUGARS SHOW "KEAN PRIDE" 
DURING HOMECOMING VICTORY 




Homecoming '94 allowed fans to show their Kean 
Pride as the football Cougars defeated Montclair 
16-7. 
The stands were awash in blue and silver as alumni, stu- 
dents, parents, faculty, staff and friends cheered during the 
football game. 

This win was the first time Kean beat Montclair on its 
home field. 

Halftime featured a tribute to the late Andy Ford, a former 
Kean player who died over the summer. His jersey was re- 
tired and presented to his wife and brother. A scholarship 
fund has been established at the College in his memory. 
Halftime festivities also saw the crowning of the Home- 



coming Kings and Queen. The men's soccer team won, 
beating Colby-Sawyer 4-0. 

In other sports action, the field hockey team beat Rowan 
1-0. 

Preceding the football game, more than 100 Kean em- 
ployees and families showed their Kean Pride by partici- 
pating in the Kean College Community Council's first an- 
nual tailgate picnic. Hundreds of alumni and students cel- 
ebrated with 31 picnics under the Alumni Association's 
Kean Pride theme. Three sororities took the top honors in 
the tailgate picnic competition: Theta Phi Alpha, Omega 
Sigma Psi and Kappa Delta Tau. 



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PASU vs Uptown Comedy Club 37 



Campus 
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Campus Awareness 39 




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Class of 1 995 



Doris Abreu 

Computer Science 

Dominic Acque 

Political Science 

Joseph Adackapara 

Management 

Lori Agis 

Fine Arts 



Carlos Aguasvivas 

Katherine Agurto 

Teacher of Handicap 

Cheryl Akpu 

Management 

Tony Al-Amin 

Chemistry/Biology 



Bierka Alcantara 



Sean Alfred 

English 




50 Class of 1995 




Abreu — Badalis 




Keshia Alston 

r<>liti( al Science 

Steven C. Alt 

Public Administration 

Felismina Amaro 

Accounting 

Michele Anton 
Biology 



Allyson Antonello 
Teacher of Handicap 

Pierre Appolon 

Accounting 

Patrick Archer 

Jerry Athey 

Co mm u n ica tions 



Lynnette Ayala 



Beth Anne Badalis 

Speech/Hearing 



Graduates 51 



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Class of 1995 



Loris Baez 

Fine ArtsA/isual 

Jessica Bakos 

Accounting 

Charlonda Baldwin 

Sen iology 

Lauren Balling 

Speech/Hearing 



Regina Baranski 

Elementary Education 

Russell Barbarino 

Physical Education 

Theresa Barnett 

Accounting 



Joseph Barrows 

Biology 

Rita Belen 

Physical Therapy 

Kathleen Belford 



Alina Bell 
Lamont Bellamy 

Patricia Benavente 

Occupational Therapy 



Susan Berkowitz 

Management 

Hope Bernstein 

Elementary Education 

David Blyn 

Industrial Technology 

Brian Bochantin 

Computer Science 




52 Class of 1995 



Baez — Branco 






Andrea Boldin 




Pali tic ol Science 


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Fiona Borland 


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Elementary Education 


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Jeneen Bornum 




Lisa Bottelli 




Psychology 


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Saisha Bowman 

Public Administration 

Mara Bozewski 

Communications 

Marlene Bragg 

Management 

Paula Branco 

Accounting 



Graduates 53 



Class of 1995 




Carmen Bright 

Accounting 

Claudette Brown 

Nursing 

Latonya Brown 

Computer Science 

Josephine Bueno 

Accounting 



Michelle Burden 

Political Science 

Kelly Burgess 

History 

Tajuan Bush 

Nicole Butka 

Communications 




54 Class of 1995 



Bright — Carton 





Steven Canady 

Physical Education 

Michael Cannon 

Political Science 

Michele Capasso 

English 

Michelle Arroyo- 
Carmona 

Psychology 



Colleen Carolan 

Teacher of Handicap 

Jeffrey Carroccio 

Fine Arts 

Kimberly Carter 

Public Administration 

Leane Carton 

Speech/Hearing 



Graduates 55 



Class of 1 995 



Francesca Casterio 

Recreation 
Administration 

Ruth Catalan 

Computer Science 

Cassandra Cella 

Management/Marketing 

Catherine Chamberlain 

Management/Marketing 



SauYin Chan 

Management 

Linda Chang 

Accounting 

Teresa Chowansky 

Teacher of Handicap 

Nicole Christian 

Accounting 





56 Class of 1995 



Casterio — Crescenzo 




Michelle Cochrane 

Teacher of Handicap 

Deana Collura 
Management S< icnce 

Celestina Colon 
Accounting 

Melanie Condran 

Music Educ alion 



Benjamin Contella 

Physical Education 

Nicole Cornish 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Diane Coughlin 

Recreation 
Administration 

Lisa Dawn Crescenzo 

Fine Arts 




Graduates 57 



Class of 1995 



Lisa Crespo 

Communications 

Lois Christian-Pucci 

Timothy Crowley 

Sociology 

Heather Cushman 

Speech/Hearing 



Denise Dagnino 

English 

Jennifer Ann Dailey 

Physical Education 

Shannon Lea Daniel 

Psychology 

Christina Davenport 

Early Childhood 
Education 








Alexandra DeLos Santos 




Fine Arts 




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Lisette Dejesus 


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Management Science 


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58 Class of 1995 



Crespo — DiPietro 




Yoneldi DeLacruz 

Management Science 

Ruth DeLeon 

Medical Technology 

Francisco DeSouza 

Jennifer DeVito 

Communications 



Agnes Dede 

Elizabeth DelPino 

Nursing 

Cheryl Deliman 

Elementary Education 

Delicia Devreany 



Ellen Dilorio 

Elementary Education 



Christine DiPietro 



Graduates 59 



Class of 1 995 



Andrew Dick 

Medical Technology 

Robert Dingle 

Accounting 

Tara Dinkel 

Social Work 

Jeffrey Dockery 

Physical Therapy 



Shasta Donaldson 

Fine Arts 

Jean Donazal 

Industrial Technology 

Beth Ann Donohue 

Elementary Education 



Michael Dorio 

Computer Science 

Patricia Dorton 

Sociology 

Shirley Drewry 



Marie Dugue 

Public Administration 

Lori Dunn 

Social Work 

Valerie Dvorsky 

Management/Finance 



Joseph Dyer 

History 

Holly Dzurenko 

Biology 

Ingrid Escolero 

Political Science 

Melissa Espana 




60 Class of 1995 





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Dick — Folleco 




Lynn Favire 

Nicole Feniak 
Biology 

Claudia Figueroa 

Elementary Education 

Patricia Fischetti 

Political Science 









Matthew Flexer 

Management/Marketing 






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Management 




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Dawn Floyd 

Early Childhood 
Education 


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Carlos Folleco 

Physical Education 






Graduates 61 



Class of 1 995 




Sylvia Forrester 

Nursing 

Adele Foster 

Accounting 

James Fowler 

Social Work 

Mary Foy 

Computer Science 



Patricia Frank 

Psychology 

Deanna Franklin 

Psychology 

Jennifer Franklin 

Social Work 

Mario Freire 

Accounting 




62 Class of 1 995 



Forrester — Ghanim 





Karoline Freud 

Psychology 

Frank Fuzy 

Elementary Education 

Stephanie Gabriel 

Daniel Galligan 

Psychology 



Julia Gaona 

Elena Garcia 

Management Science 

Jenny Garcia 

Social Work 

Cathy Ghanim 

Accounting 



Graduates 63 



Class of 1995 



Jennifer Gibriano 
Rosa Gil 

Gregory Gillespie 

Management Science 

Nicole Givens 

Management/Marketing 



Omar Glenn 

Management Science 

Stephen Goldberg 

Management/Marketing 

Marc Goldfarb 

Psychology 

Synamin Golson 

Fine Arts 





64 Class of 1995 



Gibriano — Greene 




Polyleah Gomes 
Public Administration 

Arnold Gonzales 

English 

Ana Gonzalez 

Yesenia Gonzalez 

Management Science 



Tricia Lynn Gordon 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Barbara Greco 

Physical Education 

Kevin Green 

Management Science 

Nicole Greene 

Early Childhood 
Education 




Graduates 65 



Class of 1 995 



Melissa Haid 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Neal Hakanson 

Recreation 
Administration 

Yolanda Hamilton 

Psychology 

Kalisha Harris 

Elementary Education 

Rodger Harris 

Social Work 

Kristopher Harrison 

Elementary Education 

Clarence Hayman 

Communications 

Melissa Heim 

Elementary Education 



Cynthia Heisinger 

Early Childhood 
Education 



Kelly Hemerick 

Psychology 




66 Class of 1995 



Haid — Huq 




Jenee Henry 
Management Science 

Marisel Hilerio 

Elementary Education 

Ann Hinkel 
Speech/Hearing 

John Hodavance 

Recreation 
Administration 



Denise Hode 

Management/Marketing 

Susan Homah 

Chi Feng Huang 

Management Science 

Cheryl Hughes 

Political Science 



Susan Hunter 

Biology 



Khan Huq 

Computer Science 



Graduates 67 



Class of 1 995 



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Joyce Hynes 

Biology 

Angelina ladevaia 

Denise Iglio 

Speech/Hearing 

Carla Anne Ingrassia 

Fine Arts 



Chidinma Iromounya 

Thelma Jacobs 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Sara Johnson 

Psychology 



Priscilla Jordan 

Nursing 

Ramsey Jordan 

Communications 

Ivan Jordon 

Accounting 



Franck Joseph 

Economics 

Donna Juliano 

Medical Record 
Administration 

Joseph Justin 

Recreation 
Administration 



Kurt Kaiser 

Physical Education 

Pamela Karcz 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Michael Kassebart 

Public Administration 

Christine Kastner 

Management/Marketing 




68 Class of 1995 



Hynes — Kinelski 




Marcie Katz 

Management/Marketing 

Ronnie Kaufman 

Speech/Hea ring 

Tara Kelly 

Teacher of Handicap 
Kristine Kettell 

Fine Arts 





Pamela Keyton 

History 

Susan Kim 

Psychology 

Wendy Kinal 

Management/Marketing 

Mary Kinelski 

Philosophy/Religion 



Graduates 69 



Class of 1 995 




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Karen Kirk 

Teacher of Handicap 

Catherine Kleemeyer 

Fine Arts 

Lisa Klingebiel 

Ma n age men t/ 'Marketing 

Nancy Ann Krafft ' r 

Management Science t 



Joann Kucharski 

Managemen t/ Marketing 

Sandra Kuper 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Joseph Kurfehs 

Management Science 

Kerry Kurzweil 

Accounting 




70 Class of 1995 



Kirk — Liquori 




Stephen Kwiecinski 

Management/Finance 



Jana Lambert 

Teacher of Handicap 



Choi Leung 

Management/Internal 
Business 

Gina Liento 

Fine Arts 

Toni Ann Liquori 

Early Childhood 
Education 



Graduates 71 



Class of 1995 



Renee Lopardo 

Speech/Hearing 

Janeth Lopez 

Management Science 

Antonio Lucas 

Management/Marketing 

Frederick Lund III 

Accounting 



Sharon Lund-Cook 

Management Science 

Michael Luongo 

Psychology 

Daniel Maccia 

Psychology 

Eric Magnuson 

Public Administration 





72 Class of 1995 



Lopardo — Marsh 




Kimberly Major 

Teacher of Handicap 

Robert Manfre 
Public Administration 

Kecia Manning 

Giovanni Mannino 

Communications 



Craig Manz 

Management Science 

Anna Marie Marano 

Elementary Education 

Dawn Markey 

Accounting 

Kenneth Marsh 

Physical Education 




Graduates 73 



Class of 1 995 



Laurie Martin 

Social Work 

Melissa Mastrogiacomo 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Lydia Mathis 

Gregory Mayers 

Accounting 



Charles McGee 

Psychology 

Chirag Mehta 

Biology 

ToniAnn Melillo 

Elementary Education 

Francesca Mendrick 

Psychology 



Jeannine Metz 

Fine Arts 



Marion Miller 

Fine Arts 




74 Class of 1995 



Martin — Moxley 




Mack Mills 

Social Work 

Robyn Mintz 

English 

Kathryn Mitrik 

Biology 

Laura Ann Moore 

Earth Science 



Sheryl Moore 

Sociology 

Angel Morales 

English 

Jonathan Morrison 

Accounting 

Christine Morrissey 

Management/Marketing 



Adam Morse 

Political Science 



Diane Moxley 

Philosophy/Religion 



Graduates 75 



Class of 1995 



Steven Murray 

Marketing 

Teresa Natividad 

Elementary Education 

Carla Navallo 

Management Science 

Lisa Nazzaro 

Teacher of Handicap 



Lashawn Neal 

Communications 

Jennifer Neri 

Fine Arts 

Alberto Ng 

Management Science 



Cynthia Niedzwiecki 

Math/Science 

Thomas Noble 

Management Science 

Rhonda Norwood 

Elementary Education 



Clement Notie 

Math/Science 

Aliyah Nuriddin 

Physical Education 

Lisa O'Shea 

Elementary Education 



Jan Oberdick 

Management Science 

Anthony Oleforoh 

Biology 

Christine Oles 

Political Science 

Alphonsus Onwumere 

Management Science 




76 Class of 1995 



Murray — Pagor 




Floriza Ordona 

Physical Therapy 

Rita Ortegon 
Management Science 

Stephen Ortiz 

Accounting 

John Orwochi 





Abbdullah Oudeh 

Computer Science 

Shari Oxfeld 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Gina Pagano 

Elementary Education 

Theresa Pagor 

English 



Graduates 77 



Class of 1995 




Tanya Paige 

English 

Martha Paladines 

Accounting 

Faith Palamar 

Gina Paolella 

Accounting 



Rose Mary Pardo 

Accounting 

Guerline Parent 

Psychology 

Antonella Parente 

Fine Arts 

Sharon Parry 

Medical Record 
Administration 




78 Class of 1995 



Paige — Pazienza 





Susan Pasternak 

Biology 

Hemlata Patel 

Computer Science 

Parul Patel 

Finance 

Jimmy Paulo 

Biology 



Maria Pavese 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Alexia Pavlidou 

Computer Science 

Luis Payeras 

History 

Camille Pazienza 

Psychology 



Graduates 79 



Class of 1 995 



Sara Pena 

Management Science 

Maria Penaranda 

Industrial Technology 

David Pereira 

Computer Science 

Jean Perez 

Industrial Technology 



Joann Perez 

Nursing 

Linda Perez 

Accountiing 

Melanie Petercsak 

Marketing 

John Peterson 

Political Science 





80 Class of 1995 



Pena — Powell 




Michael Peterson 

Political Science 

Nicole Marie Petrina 

English 

Lisa Pichinson 

Medical Record 
Administration 

Guyrlene Pierre 

Medical Technology 



Martha Piraneque 

Medical Technology 

Sharon Porter 

liana Post 

Psychology 

Sylvene Powell 




Graduates 81 



Class of 1995 



Celia Procak 
Management Sciem e 

Andrew Proverbs 

Industrial Technology 

Janet Raines 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Jayashree Rana 

Accounting 



Khusman Rana 

Industrial Technology 

Jacqueline Regina 

Elementary Education 

Michele Reisz 

Accounting 

Connie Reves 

English 



Raul Reyes 



Sofia Reyes 




82 Class of 1995 



Procak — Rodrigo 




Booker Rhodes 

Psychology 

Annemarie Ricci 
Theatre 

Keeva Richards 

Keisha Richardson 

Public Administration 



Elmer Ridley 

Sociology 

Kimberly Roberto 

Marketing 

Edwinna Roberts 
Ashia Robinson 



Lora Robinson 

History 



Margaret Rodrigo 

Accounting 



Graduates 83 



Class of 1995 



Jenny Rodrigues 

Anabelle Rodriguez 
Theatre 

Gladys Rodriguez 

Computer Science 

Jeanette Rodriguez 

Social Work 



Jose Rodriguez 

Computer Science 

Juan Rodriguez 

Economics 

Julio Rodriguez 

Accounting 



Loetta Ross 

Psychology 

Lori Rothe 



Alan Russell 

Physical Therapy 

John Sabol 

Mark Sainato 

Marketing 



Maria Sanjuan 

Psychology 

Dina Santos 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Barbara Jean Sarra 

Biology 

Kendra Schaeffer 




84 Class of 1995 



Rodrigues — Seckular 




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Dorothy Schleifer 

Social Work 




Susan Schnitzer 

Management Science 


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Richard Schwarz 

Criminal Justice 


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Kevin Scillia 

Psychology 





Joseph Sclama 

Criminal Justice 

Angelina Scott 

Public Administration 

Vincia Scotland 

Harla Seckular 

Computer Science 



Graduates 85 



Class of 1 995 




lleana Serrano 

Accounting 

Shelley Sheiner 

Psychology 

Charles Shine 

Physical Education 

Adalila Sibrian 

Marketing 



Lisa Simione 

Psychology 

Herbert Simons 

Physical Education 

Antoinette Simpson 

Marketing 

Brenda Sirois 

Physical Education 




86 Class of 1995 



Serrano — Solecki 




Robin Lynn Smith 

Math/Science 

Tracy Smith 

Early Childhood 
Education 

Gelena Solano 

Communications 

Amy Solecki 

Fine Arts 



Graduates 87 



Class of 1 995 



Jeannie Song 

Management Science 

Roxana Soto 

Computer Science 

Joseph Spatola 

Computer Science 

Jennifer Sperandeo 

Teacher of Handicap 



Theodore Spitaletto, Jr. 

Accounting 

Dayna Spitz 

Psychology 

Michael Stachowicz 
Elias Stamatiades 





88 Class of 1995 



Song — Thomas 




Tracy Stawski 

Medical Record 
Administration 

Karen Stewart 

Management 

Maryanne Suenderhaft 

Management 

Cheryl Swan 

Social Work 



Yolanda Taylor 

Social Work 

Joyce Terry 

Communications 

Maria Testa 

Brian Thomas 

Marketing 




Graduates 89 



Class of 1 995 



Dawn Thomas 

Sociology 

Elena Thomas 

Michelle Thomas 

Psychology 

Linda Tokash 

Sociology 



Denise Tom 

Psychology 

Joann Tona 

Psychology 

Maria Torres 

Marketing 

Norla Torres 

Management Science 



Yasmin Torres 



Richard Tulko 

Political Science 




90 Class of 1995 



Thomas — Venes 




Luz Mary Uran 

Spanish 

Kimberly Urban 

Physical Education 

Joseph Urcivoli 

Management 

Hugo Vadillo 

Accounting 



Paris Vannata 

Finance 

Suniti Varia 

Accounting 

Juan Vasquez 

Political Science 

Pablo Vegas 

Accounting 



Nicole Velardi 

Sociology 



Karen Venes 

English 



Graduates 91 



Class of 1 995 




Carlos Viana 

Management 

April Vincigtuerra 

Psychology 

Melissa Virgilio 

Teacher of Handicap 

Cheryl Vosseler 

Psychology 



Dana Lynn Walker 

Psychology 

Elaine Ware 

Psychology 

Julie Way 

Maria Weir 

Accounting 




92 Class of 1995 



Viana — Zovistoski 





Alicia Weissman 

Teacher of Handicap 

Jennifer Wenning 

Management 

Michael Williams 

Accounting 

Antoinette Wilson 

Psychology 



Chantel Wise 

Sociology 

Charlotte Wynn 

Michael Zarro 

Political Science 

Julie Zovistoski 

Teacher of Handicap 



Graduates 93 



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Class of 1 995 



Fatin Al-Hashim 

Management Science 

Dave Bordie 

Cindy Bregman 

Fine Arts 

Urban Carter 

Management Science 



Maria Delia Fortuna 

Psychology 

Alyssa DeRosa 

Spanish 

Maureen Heaney 

Finance 

Aimee Indig 

Recreation 



Catharina Simoes 



Donna Zuest 

Elementary Education 




The Graduates on this page are out of alphabetical 
order due to the fact that their portraits were tak- 
en after the cutoff date when this section had to 
be turned into the Printer. 



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Capturing the NJAC Champion- 
ship for the first time since 1 987, 
was the football team. The Cou- 
gars shared the conference crown with 
Trenton State after the two teams battled 
to a 14-14 tie in the final regular season 
game. While the Lions season ended 
that day, the Cougars went on to win the 
team's first-ever postseason champion- 
ship with a 41-7 romp over Frostburg 
State in the Eastern College Athletic 
Conference Tournament. 

Kean dominated the postseason 
awards with six players named first team 
All-NJAC and five All-ECAC Heading 
the list is senior captain Jason Di'Tullio 
who ended a brilliant career in Union 
being named to both the NJAC and 
ECAC teams. He was joined on both 
teams by defensive back Bruce Pritchett 
who established a school-record with a 
100-yard interception return in a 15-14 
come-from-behind victory over Widen- 
er. 

Running back Trenell Smith became 
the first Kean player to rush for 1 ,000 
yards as he finished the season with 
1,110 (includes one postseason game) 
and was All-NJAC and ECAC. Joining 
Smith from the offense was wide receiv- 
er Anthony Robinson. The second lead- 
ing scorer in the state, Robinson set a 
new school-standard for touchdown re- 
ceptions with 1 1 (total includes one pos- 
tseason game). 

Defensive linemen Alfonso Evans and 
Colby Winfield were also named first 
team all-conference while offensive 
lineman Patsy Venetucci was named 
All-ECAC. 




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Coach Renee Clarke was another coach to garner 
coach of the year honors as she led the Field 
Hockey team to a school record nine wins and 
a second place finish in the NJAC. 

Carey Kessler was named All-Conference for the third 
consecutive season as well as second team All-Region. 
Joining Kessler on the All-NJAC team was goaltender 
Michele Swawola, who set the school-record for shut- 
outs in a season, and defender Allison Schwartz. 



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The volleyball team won its second consecutive 
NJAC Championship and made the school's 
first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. 
Although Kean lost badly to Final Four participant Jun- 
iata in the NCAA's, it didn't take away from how far 
the program has grown under Head Coach Bridget 
White. 

The NJAC Coach of the Year for the fourth time in 
her seven seasons, White has led Kean to three con- 
ference championships and a first-ever postseason ap- 
pearance in the 1 991 Eastern College Athletic Confer- 
ence Tournament to go with this year's NCAA ap- 



pearance. Boasting a career record of 145-94, White 
has seen a Kean athlete win the conference player of 
the year four times. 

This year's recipient of that honor was Loretta Zahn. 
The junior captured the honor for the second consec- 
utive season as she also became just the second Kean 
player to earn All-Region honors. 

Joining Zahn on the All-Conference first team were 
senior captain Kiersten Medvedich along with junior 
setter Terri Day. Medvedich recovered from off-season 
knee surgery to close out her career with three con- 
ference championships in four years. 



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women's soccer team was the only one to 
post a losing record with a 5-11-1 mark. 
Among the bright spots was the play of senior cap- 
tain Jeannie Metz who was named first team All- 
Conference and All-State. Junior captain Janice Ca- 
vuto was named second team All-Conference. 




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consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance as they 
finished the season 12-8-1. Senior Pascal Clerigo was 
named All-State and All-Region as he finished his career fifth 
on the goal scoring list with 40. Joining Clerigo as All-State 
and All-Region selections were defender Jermaine Keller and 
midfielder Walter Cabezas. Keller was the only first team All- 
NJAC selection on the team. 



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Sports 
POSTSEASON HONORS 



FALL SPORTS 
Football 

jason DiTullio 



Trenell Smith 



Anthony Robinson 

Alfonso Evans 
Colby Winfield 
Patsy Venetucci 

Herbert Simons 
Phillip Brown 
Chris Scott 
Joe Antico 

Mark Cummings 
Keith Jamison 

Windale Bates 
Erik Sherman 
Jermaine Duncan 

Rhakeem Stennett 

Volleyball 

Loretta Zahn 



Terri Day 

Kiersten Medvedich 
Team Captain 
Monica Harris 
Team Captain 
Bridget White 



— GTE District II Academic 
All-American 

First Team All-NJAC 

All-ECAC 

Who's Who Among Students in 

American Colleges and Universities 

Team Captain 

— Football Gazette All-East 
First Team All-NJAC 
All-ECAC 

ECAC Southwest Game MVP 

— First Team All-NJAC 
All-ECAC 

- First Team All-NJAC 

- First Team All-NJAC 

— Second Team All-NJAC 
All-ECAC 

— Second Team All-NJAC 

— Second Team All-NJAC 

— Second Team All-NJAC 

— Second Team All-NJAC 

— Honorable Mention All-NJAC 

— Team Captain 
Honorable Mention All-NJAC 

— Honorable Mention All-NJAC 

— Honorable Mention All-NJAC 

— Team Captain 
Honorable Mention All-NJAC 

— Team Captain 



— NJAC Player of the Year 
First Team All-NJAC 

All Mid-Atlantic Region 

GTE District II Academic All-American 

Who's Who Among Students In American 

Colleges and Universities 

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society 

Kean College Woman of the Year 

— First Team All-NJAC 

— First Team All-NJAC 

— Second Team All-NJAC 

— NJAC Coach of the Year 



Women's Soccer 



Jeannie Metz 



Janice Cavuto 



Field Hockey 

Carey Kessler 



Allison Schwartz 
Michele Swawola 
Renee Clarke 
Tracey Smith 



- First Team All-NJAC 

Second Team All-CSANJ 

Who's Who Among Students In American 

Colleges and Universities 

National Order of Omega 

Team Captain 

— Second Team All-NJAC 
Team Captain 

— All-Region 
All-NJAC 
Team Captain 

— All-NJAC 

— All-NJAC 

— NJAC Coach of the Year 

— Team Captain 

President National Order of Omega 
Honor Society 



Michelle Cochrane 

Men's Soccer 

Pascal Clerigo 



Walter Cabezas 



Jermaine Keller 



Peter Dixon 



— Team Captain 

— Second Team All-NJAC 
Second Team All-CSANJ 
First Team All-Region 
Team Captain 

— Second Team All-NJAC 
Second Team All-CSANJ 
Honorable Mention All-Region 

— Mid-Atlantic Region Academic All-American 
First Team All-NJAC 

First Team All-CSANJ 

Honorable Mention All-Region 

Who's Who Among Students In American 

Colleges and Universities 

Team Captain 

— Second Team All-NJAC 



Men's Basketball 

Robert Clyburn — Second Team All-NJAC 

All-New Jersey Basketball Coaches Association 

Second Team All-ECAC 

ECAC Tournament MVP 

Kean/Elizabethtown Gas Cougar Classic MVP 

Team Captain 
Andrew Fleming — Team Captain 

Juan Collazo — Team Captain 

Women's Basketball 

Debbie Hoogmoed — Second Team All-NJAC 

Team Captain 
Lisa Daroff — Team Captain 



Swimming 

Audrey Behrens 
Sharyn Titus 

Wrestling 

Ben Bivins 

Kenya Moncur 
John Ranieri 
Kirk Frazier 
Bob McCafferty 
Joe Ribitzki 

Softball 

Tracy Burkhart 
Terri Day 

Baseball 

Frank Malta 

Kevin Bradley 
Chris Dunbar 

Lacrosse 

Nick Medvedich 
Tony Calandra 
Jeff Murray 



— All-NJAC 50-Freestyle 

— Team Captain 



— All-American 1 77-pounds (5th Place) 
Metropolitan Tournament (3rd Place) 

— Mets Champion 

— Mets 3rd Place 

— Mets 3rd Place 

— Mets 5th Place 

— Mets 5th Place 



— Team Captain 

— Team Captain 



— NJAC Player of the Week 
NJ Writers Player of the Week 

— Team Captain 

— Team Captain 



— Two-time Knickerbocker Conf. Player of the Week 
Team Captain 

- Three-time Knickerbocker Conf. Player of the Week 
Team Captain 

— Team Captain 









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Football 



Western Connecticut 


W 


27-7 


Widener 


W 


15-14 


Rensselaer 


w 


12-9 


William Paterson 


L 


14-33 


Montclair State 


W 


16-7 


Jersey City State 


w 


25-8 


Rowan College 


w 


19-16 


Brockport 


L 


6-30 


Trenton State 


T 


14-14 


Frostburg State 


W 


41-7 



Final Record 7-2-1 



Women's Soccer 




Kean College Cougar Classic 






Marymount 




W 


6-0 


Randolph-Macon 




T 


0-0OT 


Franklin & Marshall 




W 


3-0 


William Paterson 




W 


2-0 


Richard Stockton 




L 


0-2 


SUNY Cortland 




L 


1-6 


SUNY Binghamton 




L 


0-3 


Trenton State College 




L 


0-3 


Montclair State 




L 


0-2 


Ramapo College 




W 


4-1 


Messiah (Pa.) 




L 


0-5 


College of Notre Dame, 


Md 


L 


0-3 


Elizabethtown, Pa. 




L 


1-2 


Philadelphia Textile, Pa 




L 


0-2 


Mount St. Mary's, NY 




L 


2-4 


Scranton, Pa. 




L 


2-7 


Jersey City State 




W 


2-1 


Final Record 5-11 


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Men's Soccer 






Domino's Classic at Roanoke College, Va. 


Ferrum 


W 


3-1 


Roanoke 


W 


3-2 


Stony Brook 


L 


1-30T 


Puma Classic at Keene State College 


i, NH 


Plymouth State 


L 


0-2 


Eastern Connecticut 


W 


7-1 


Montclair State 


W 


4-20T 


William Paterson 


W 


3-2 


Western Cjonnecticut 


L 


0-2 


Stevens Tech 


W 


1-0 


Rutgers-Camden 


W 


1-0 


Trenton State 


L 


0-1 


Ithaca College 


L 


4-5 


Ramapo College 


T 


0-0OT 


Colby-Sawyer College, NH 


W 


4-0 


Richard Stockton 


W 


2-1 


Rowan College 


L 


0-2 


C.C.N.Y. 


L 


1-3 


Jersey City State 


W 


1-0 


King's Point 


w 


3-0 


Rutgers-Newark 


w 


4-0 


Trenton State (NCAA)* 


L 


0-5 


Final Record 12-8-1 





Volleyball 




Rutgers-Newark 


W 


W. Connecticut 


W 


Brockport Tournament 




Ithaca 


L 


Brockport (MA) 


L 


Wheaton (MA 


W 


Bradford (PA) 


W 


Brockport (Semis) 


L 


Ramapo* 


W 


New Rochelle 


w 


Bloomfield 


w 


Bard 


w 


jersey City* 


w 


Dominican 


w 


St. Elizabeth 


w 


William Paterson* 


w 


NYU 


L 


Stony Brook 


L 


Rutgers-Newark* 


W 


New Jersey Tech 


vv 


Hunter Tournament 




Binghamton 


L 


Russell Sage 


W 


NYU 


L 


Salisbury 


L 


Montclair State* 


W 


Hunter 


W 


2Hall of Fame Tournament 




Worchester Polytechnic 


w 


Bates 


w 


Mount Holyoke 


L 


Bowdoin 


W 


Gustavus-Adolphus 


L 


Richard Stockton 


W 


NJAC Tournament 




Richard Stockton* 


W 


Rutgers-Newark* 


w 


Juniata (NCAA) 


L 


Final Record 23-11 





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Ben Bivins did not enter college wrestling quietly. The 
most celebrated freshman in the history of the program, 
Bivins highlighted his season by becoming the first 1 77- 
pound All-American in team history. 

That ended a season filled with accomplishments for Bivins. 
He boasted a school-record 42 wins against just six losses and 
had a school-record 23 match unbeaten streak. 

Not to be outdone, Kenya Moncur also had a season filled 
with accomplishments. A 1 90-pounder for much of his career, 
Moncur moved to heavyweight when Doug Cooper went down 
with an injury. He won his first 1 2 matches at heavyweight and 
captured his first Metropolitan Championship. He also ad- 
vanced to the NCAA's where he finished among the top 16 in 
the nation. For the season, Moncur finished 31-9 including a 
16-match winning streak. 

Among the other top performers were 1 58-pounder John Ran- 
ieri and 167-pounder Kirk Frazier who both placed third at 
Mets. Ranieri narrowly missed an NCAA berth as he finished 
the year with a 25-1 6 record. 1 34-pounder Bob McCafferty (21 - 
20) and 1 50-pounder Joe Ribitzki each placed fifth at Mets. 



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Bottom Right: Kenya Moncur 



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Men's 


Basketball 




Stony Brook 


60-71 


L 


Rowan 


71-88 


L 


Montclair State 


78-76 


W 


Jersey City 


61-91 


L 


W. Paterson 


116-108 


OTW 


Old Westbury 


78-74 


W 


Trenton State 


61-80 


L 


Rutgers- Newark 


84-70 


W 


Caldwell 


82-73 


w 


Rhode Island 


81-62 


w 


Hunter 


79-77 


w 


Rutgers-Camden 


83-52 


w 


Ramapo College 


47-45 


w 


Stockton 


71-69 


w 


Jersey City 


56-49 


w 


Rowan 


54-65 


L 


Montclair 


42-56 


L 


Centenary 


97-79 


w 


Rutgers-Camden 


93-60 


w 


W. Paterson 


78-65 


w 


Trenton State 


81-74 


w 


Rutgers-Newark 


77-63 


w 


Richard Stockton 


84-95 


L 


Ramapo 


67-85 


L 


Stony Brook 


86-76 


w 


Ramapo 


79-60 


w 


Stockton 


92-71 


w 


Final Record 19-8 







Wrestli 


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King's Tournament 








Springfield 




L 


13-29 


Upsala 




W 


32-18 


New York Universi 


ty 


W 


25-21 


RIT Tournament 






(Eighth Place) 




Florida 


Dua 


s (Orlando, Florida) 


Williams 




W 


21-18 


Cuyahoga 




L 


16-24 


Buena Vista (WD 




L 


0-42 


Lacrosse (Wl) 




L 


7-35 


Shipbuilder (VA) 




W 


29-12 


Springfield 




L 


9-36 


Hunter Tournament 






(Third place) 


National Duals 






(Lycoming College) 


Ohio Northern 




L 


14-24 


Norwich 




L 


20-22 


Baldwin-Wallace 




L 


9-24 


Albany 




W 


24-19 


Hunter 




W 


23-20 


Metro Conference vs. NE Confere 


nee (At Trenton) 


WPI 




L 


15-22 


Wesleyan 




W 


31-6 


Bridgewater State 




w 


28-12 


Rutgers-Camden 




w 


30-21 


Trenton 




L 


6-35 


NY-N) Duals (At Cortland) 






Binghamton 




L 


13-24 


Oswego 




L 


12-27 


Cortland 




L 


6-33 


LaSalle 




W 


38-15 


Montclair State 




W 


30-10 


Metropolitan Championships (At Trenton) 4th Place, 


NCAA Championsh 


ps (At Augustana College, Illinois) 


(32nd Place) 










Final Record 11-13 






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Women's 


Basketball 




Rowan 


45-61 


L 


Montclair 


50-57 


L 


Jersey City 


40-49 


L 


W. Paterson 


52-83 


L 


Trenton 


51-78 


L 


Rutgers-Newark 


65-74 


L 


W. Connecticut 


49-75 


L 


Trenton 


44-57 


L 


SU NY Oswego 


63-48 


W 


Elizabethtown 


54-87 


L 


Rutgers-Camden 


49-73 


L 


Ramapo College 


87-78 20T 


W 


Stockton 


71-65 


w 


Jersey City 


66-58 


w 


Rowan 


52-65 


L 


Montclair 


48-67 


L 


Stony Brook 


54-61 


L 


Rutgers-Camden 


60-77 


L 


W. Paterson 


60-64 


L 


Trenton State 


65-75 


L 


Rutgers-Newark 


79-67 


W 


Staten Island 


58-47 


W 


Richard Stockton 


66-59 


W 


Ramapo 


55-60 


L 


Final Record 7-17 





Field 


Hockey 




Trenton State 




L 


0-7 


Philadelphia Textile 


W 


3-0 


Delaware Valley 




w 


1-0 OT 


Drew 




L 


2-3 


Rowan 




L 


0-1 


King's (PA) 




W 


3-0 


Montclair State 




T 


0-0 OT 


William Paterson 




W 


2-1 


Goucher 




L 


0-1 


Trenton 




L 


0-5 


Rowan (Homecoming) 


W 


1-0 


Montclair State 




W 


2-0 


William Paterson 




w 


2-0 


FDU-Madison 




L 


0-1 


Wesley 




W 


2-1 OT 


Cabrini 




W 


1-0 


Final Record 9-6-1 





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114 Men's Basketball 



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he Men's Basketball squad used revenge as motivation in rolling to an ECAC title of its own. The Cougars, who 
ended the year with a 19-8 record, avenged regular season losses to Stony Brook, Ramapo, and Richard Stockton to 
capture the crown. ECAC MVP Robert Clyburn led the way as he was named second team All-Conference and to the 
New Jersey Basketball Coaches Association All-Star team. 




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he Women's Basketball team showed hope for the future by posting all seven of its wins in the second semester. 
Leading the way was junior guard Debbie Hoogmoed who was named second team All-Conference. 




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rhe softball team could also be looking forward to the ECAC 
Tournament. The Cougars currently boast a 16-15 overall rec- 
ord. 
When this season ends so will the career of one of the greatest 
ayers to ever put on a Kean uniform. Tracy Burkhart has already set 
ur school career records this season and could break up to three 
ore before the year is done. 

Kean's all-time leader in hits, doubles, RBIs and single-season lead- 
in stolen bases, game-winning hits and fewest strikeouts, Burkhart 
s been an All-Region selection the last three years. 
Also finishing up her career will be first-baseman Terri Day. In her 
reer, Day played all of the outfield position, second-base and then 
Dved to first-base this season. She broke a finger in Florida but hasn't 
issed a beat since returning. She is third on the team in batting with 
356 average to go with 10 doubles and 19 RBIs. 



The team's third senior is also the Cougars inspirational leader. 
Charlene Noto has spent four seasons behind the plate grooming the 
always young pitching staff. She is also a solid hitter and, when not 
catching or up at bat, she is the one who is always leading the cheers. 

The future looks bright for the squad with junior Liana LaVecchia 
back next season. She leads the team in batting with a .433 average 
and 35 RBIs. An All-Region selection at third base last season, La- 
Vecchia broke the school-record for batting average at .458. 

Also having outstanding seasons are All-Region second baseman 
Chris Fanelli and leftfielder Ann Marie Schwarz. 

The pitching staff is anchored by sophomore Lauren Ravettine and 
freshman Andrea Clark, Ravettine boasts an 11-10 record, a 2.46 era 
and a team-high 73 strikeouts while Clark is 7-4 with a 3.52 era and 
41 strikeouts. 




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Tony Calandra of Clark, who led the 
nation in scoring, was named most 
valuable player of the Eastern Col- 
lege Athletic Conference Tournament and 
now has been named Knickerbocker Con- 
ference Player of the Year. 

Calandra wasn't the only top recipient for 
the Cougars as first-year Head Coach Jim 
Davidson copped the Coach of the Year 
award. 

Calandra had 79 goals and 40 assists for 
199 points as he led the Cougars to the 
school's first ECAC championship since 
1991. The senior attackman surpassed nu- 
merous milestones, including his 300th ca- 
reer point, 200th career goal, and 1 00th ca- 
reer assist. Calandra will graduate second 
on the school's all-time list for career goals 
(213), assists (109), and points (322). 

Davidson, the former head coach at Up- 
sala, guided the Cougars to the ECAC 
Championship in his first season in Union 
by successfully combining a mixture of Up- 
sala and Kean players. He brought in 10 
transfers from his old school and they trans- 
formed Kean from a 7-6 team last year to a 
1 2-2 championship team this season. 

Joining Calandra on the first team All- 
Conference for the Cougars were Nick 
Medvedich, another Clark resident, Mark 
Petrone, and Timothy Fischer. 

Medvedich is making his fourth straight 
appearance on the first team. The senior at- 
tackman leaves as Kean's all-time leader in 
goals (217), assists (175), and points (392). 
He was second in the conference with 45 



goals and 40 assists for 85 points. 

Petrone was the top faceoff man in the 
conference winning over 62 percent on the 
season. The sophomore midfielder, who 
transferred from Gettysburg, was also fourth 
on the team in scoring with 23 goals and 1 4 
assists for 37 points. 

An Academic All-American candidate, 
Fischer was the top defenseman on a unit 
which limited seven of Kean's opponents to 
under 10 goals. 

The second team is also filled with Kean 
players as attackman. Jeff Murray, R.J. 
DeStefano, Brad Rumsey, Chad Jeffrey, and 
Bill Dransfield all were selected. 

Murray, the team captain, finished third 
in the conference in scoring with 42 goals 
and 34 assists for 76 points. The senior 
transfer from Upsala ends his career with an 
incredible 267 points. 

DeStefano was a huge spark from the 
midfield. The junior transfer from Upsala 
was fifth on the team in scoring with 24 
goals, seven assists, and 31 points. 

Dransfield is another Upsala transfer who 
ended his career in Union. The Conference 
Player of the Week last week, the senior 
goaltender boasted an 1 1 -2 record and .632 
save percentage. 

Ramsey was the third part of the Ridley 
connection. The Upsala transfer was one of 
the top defenders in the conference while 
Jeffrey is the best long-stick midfielder to put 
on a Kean uniform since Conference Player 
of the Year Gerry Benaquista of Westfield 
in 1992. 



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Lacrosse 


Villa Julie 


25-11 W 


Drew University Tol 


rnament 


Amherst 


7-17 L 


Drew 


19-16 W 


FDU-Madison 


21-7 W 


NY Maritime* 


22-2 W 


Southampton 


15-14 (OT)VV 


Scranton 


20-9 W 


Quinnipiac 


14-7 W 


R. Stockton* 


17-10 W 


Montclair* 


12-13 L 


Wesley 


24-10 W 


Pace* 


22-4 W 


ECAC Tournament 




Kings Point 


20-9 W 


Montclair 


19-9 W 


Knickerbocker Con 


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Final Record 12-2 



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Softball 






Maryville 




10-3 


w 


Mount Union 




5-2 


w 


Anderson IND. 




9-1 


w 


St. Norbert fWh 




6-7 


1 


Nova iFLi 




10-7 


w 


Misencordia (Pa) 




4-2 


w 


St. John Fisher 




10-3 


w 


Loras (IA) 




0-7 


L 


III -Benedictine 




2-5 


I 


UNC-Wesleyan 




3-4 


L 


Virginia Wesleyan 




6-5 


W 


Ferrum (VA) 




4-3 


w 


Christopher- New port 




4-7 


L 


Ithaca 




5-1 


W 


Ithaca 




3-4 


W 


Chowan 




4-3 


w 


Ithaca 




5-9 


L 


Allegheny 




3-4 


L 


jersey City State 




14-0 


W 


Jersey City 




12-2 


W 


Drew University 




4-6 


I 


Trenton State 




3-7 


I 


Trenton State 




0-16 


L 


Wm. Paterson 




8-1 


W 


Wm. Paterson 




3-0 


W 


Montclair 




0-11 


L 


Montclair 




2-6 


L 


Rowan 




2-3 


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5-4 


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0-7 


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13-6 


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Georgian Court 




6-0 


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Georgian Court 




6-1 


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Stoc kton 




8-3 


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Stockton 




9-0 


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Ramapo College 




10-3 


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Ramapo College 




4-1 


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W- Paterson 




3-2 


w 


Trenton 




1-10 




Montclair State 




1-3 




Rowan 




3-8 




Trenton State 




1-18 




Christopher-Newport 




3-2 




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Final Record 24-20 


1-10 







Baseball 






Rollins 




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Ferrum 




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L 


Ferrum 




4-17 


L 


Phil textile 




8-4 


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Phil Textile 




1-6 


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7-6 


W 


York (PA) 




13-14 


L 


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2-4 


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3-0 


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2-4 


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St Thomas Aquinas 




4-1 


W 


Staten Island 




5-4 


W 


Staten Island 




21-12 


W 


Wilmington 




2-6 


L 


Wilmington 




7-9 


L 


)ohn )ay 




7-8 


L 


Dominic an 




10-11 


L 


Stockton 




10-4 


W 


Stockton 




6-13 


L 


Rowan 




14-15 


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RU-Camden 




9-10 


L 110) 


W Paterson 




2-7 


L 


W. Paterson 




5-4 


L 


Lehman 




1 1-10 


W 


Trenton State 




15-17 


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Rurgers-Newark 




10-8 


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Rutgers-Newark 




11-13 


L 


Rowan 




2-5 


L 


Ramapo 




6-4 


W 


Ramapo 




8-7 


w 


Rulgers-Camden 




8-6 


w 


Montclair 




5-10 


L 


Montclair 




5-19 


L 


Trenton 




9-4 


W 


Jersey City 




1-5 


L 


. Jersey City 


Final Record 13-23 


2-8 


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Head Coaches 


Soccer (Men) 


Tony Orkrimenko 


Soccer (Women) 


Fred Napoli 


Football 


Brian Carlson 


Field Hockey 


Renee Clarke 


Volleyball 


Bridget White 


Wrestling 


Craig Spencer 


Basketball (Men) 


Mike Gatley 


Basketball (Women) 


Patricia Delehanty 


Lacrosse 


Jim Davidson 


Baseball 


Jim Casalino 


Softball 


Renee Clarke 


Swimming 


Jennifer Runyon 



Spring Sports Scoreboard 129 



Zahn, DiTullio Named 

Regional Academic 

Ail-Americans 



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or two consecutive weeks, Kean College has had athletes 
named GTE District II Academic All-Americans. Just one week 
after football linebacker Jason DiTullio won the award, volley- 
ball superstar Loretta Zahn has accomplished the feat. 

District II comprises all NCAA Division II and III along with 
NAIA Division II colleges from New Jersey, Delaware, Mary- 
land, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia. 
Zahn, who was a third team Academic Ail-American last year, 
and DiTullio now advance to the national ballot which an- 
nounces its selections on December 20 and December 13, re- 
spectively. 

Zahn, who was one of two players to repeat on the eight 
person team, led Kean to its second consecutive New Jersey 
Athletic Conference crown and a first-ever berth in the NCAA 
Tournament. The two-time NJAC Player of the Year, Zahn led 
Kean to a 23-1 1 record. 

This season, the junior middle blocker became just the sec- 
ond player in school history to be named to the American Vol- 
leyball Coaches Association Mid-Atlantic Region team. 

A Special Education major, Zahn boasts a 3.94 GPA as she 
was named Academic All-Conference last season. She has been 
on the Dean's List every semester and is a member of Athletes 



in Action and the Athletic Department Student Advisory Coun- 
cil. 

A three-time first team All-NJAC selection, Zahn was second 
in the conference in hitting efficiency (.314) and kills (355). An 
Academic All-Conference selection, she was also among the top 
10 in the conference in aces (66), blocks (60) and digs (207). 

A preseason Academic Ail-American by College Football Pr- 
eview, DiTullio helped lead Kean to a 7-2-1 * (three games were 
later forfeited) record including the Eastern College Athletic 
Conference Southwest Championship and co-championship of 
the New Jersey Athletic Conference. 

A first team All-NJAC selection, DiTullio boasts a 3.59 GPA 
in pre-physical therapy. He was third on the team in tackles this 
season despite missing 2.5 games due to a knee injury. The two- 
time captain had 66 tackles including 10 for losses. DiTullio, 
who has 21 7 career tackles, was the leader of the top defense 
in the NJAC. 

An Academic All-Conference selection, DiTullio has been a 
second team All-NJAC selection the past two seasons. He has 
been on the Dean's List every semester and was the recipient 
of the James Caldwell Annual Gridiron Scholarship. 




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A year in Review! 



RIGHT: 0.\. Simpson, one of the greatest athletes in 
the United States, became the most publicized star 
in one of the biggest double murder trials in the his- 
tory of the U.S. judicial system. He is currently on 
trial for the murder of his ex wife Nicole Brown 
Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. BELOW 
RIGHT: It was a match made in tabloid heaven: The 
child of one of the two biggest stars in rock history 
married the other biggest star in rock history. Lisa 
Marie Presley, Elvis's only child, got hitched to the 
reclusive Michael Jackson. BELOW: The 68th Miss 
America was 21 year-old Heather Whitestone, a 
deaf woman from Alabama, who became the first 
contestant with a disability to win the Pageant. 





TOP LEFT: Andre Agassi was one of the best known en- 
trants in the 1994 U.S. Open, but a year of largely in- 
different tennis had left him unseeded and unheralded. 
Racing through six opponents, four of them seeded, 
Agassi won in straight sets over #4 seed Michael Stich 
of Germany. ABOVE: The United States went to the 
brink of invading Haiti, its poor, unsettled neighbor to 
the south. But at the last minute Haiti's military rulers 
bowed to the United Nations and promised to cede 
power to the duly elected president whom they had 
ousted, Jean-Bertrand Aristide. LEFT: Brazil's offense 
got all the attention beforehand, but its defense wound 
up stopping Italy and won the World Cup, soccer's ul- 
timate prize. Diving to his left, Brazilian goalkeeper 
Claudio Taffarel knocked out Daniele Massaro's shot in 
the peanlty kick tiebreaker to set the stage for Brazil's 
victory. 



A Year in Review 169 



RIGHT: They headed north on almost anything that would float, including rafts made 
of the flimsiest materials: oil drums, innertubes, wooden planks. They were Cuba's 
boat people . . . tens of thousands of people desperate to come to the United States 
to escape the poverty and hunger of their increasingly isolated island Communist 
nation. BELOW: Before the year was over another 500,000 Rwandans had been 
killed and another 2 million had fled the African nation for the relative safety of 
squalid refugee camps in Zaire and other neighboring countries. BOTTOM: Frank 
Corder suffered from depression, had a history of drug and alcohol abuse, and 
probably was suicidal. But nothing may ever explain for sure why the Maryland 
trucker stole a small plane near Baltimore and crashed it into the White House lawn 
shortly before 2AM on September 15, 1994. 







170 A Year in Review 




LEFT: The 1994 baseball season ended not with a home run or a strikeout, but with 
a conference call and a fax. On the 34th day of the major league players strike, the 
team owners canceled the rest of the season, including the playoffs and the World 
Series. BELOW: The Civil War in Bosnia began in 1992 when Bosnia's Serbian mi- 
nority rebelled against a decision by Yugoslavia's Muslims and Croats to secede. 
BOTTOM LEFT: The nation's 108th Supreme Court Justice, Stephen C. Breyer, was 
sworn into office in the East Room of the White House. BELOW RIGHT: Despite 
the exhortations of President Clinton and the First Lady, the year ended without 
significant health insurance reform. 




A Year in Review 171 



KEAN 

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SPECIAL EDITION 

Dr. Henry J. Ross has been named Interim President of Kean College of New Jersey by 
the College's Board of Trustees. 

Dr. Ross, Director of Institutional Research and Special Assistant to the President for 
Economic Development at Kean, also serves as President of the Union County Alliance. He has 
been at Kean College since 1970, beginning as a faculty member in the Political Science 
Department. Dr. Ross has held a variety of administrative positions during his tenure. 

Dr. Ross also coordinated, under former President Nathan Weiss, the Excellence and 
Equity Challenge Grant that helped the College to build a national reputation in assessment and 
other areas. 

"Kean College can achieve its destiny which is to be a college of opportunity with 
standards of excellence and which provides real leadership in the region. 

I have dedicated myself to Kean College for 25 years and I care deeply about this 
institution. The College has enormous potential for growth based on its faculty, its students, and 
its programs. 

I intend to emphasize academics as the center of the College's agenda and have the 
College participate as a lull partner in efforts to improve the economic well being and quality 
of life in our region," Dr. Ross said. 

The Board of Trustees said all three candidates were well qualified. Dr. Ross will fill the 
need for academic experience, administrative ability and widespread community and political 
experience. He can be an advocate for the College and represent it with distinction while the 
search for a President is conducted. 



KEAN COLLEGE 

OK NEW JERSEY 

Union, New Jersey 

07083 



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Dr. Elsa Gomez to 

n Presidency 





Dr. Elsa Gomez 



President Elsa Gomez announced that she 
will be resigning the Presidency of Kean 
College of New Jersey, effective no later 
than June 30, 1995. 

"I believe this early announcement will enable 
the Board of Trustees to conduct a Presidential 
search while I continue to manage the daily op- 
erations of the College" she said. 

Larry Lockhart, Chairman of the Board of Trus- 
tees, said the Board accepted the President's res- 
ignation with regret. "The Board has been pleased 
with the progress the College has made under the 
leadership of President Gomez. The President and 
the Trustees are aware of the many changes in 
higher education in New Jersey during the com- 
ing year and agree that this is an opportune time 
for a change in campus leadership." 



In a letter to the campus, President Gomez said 
that she feels a great sense of accomplishment 
and satisfaction as she begins her sixth year as 
President. She cited progress in academic affairs, 
enrollment management and facilities planning as 
part of those accomplishments. 

She became President of Kean College in 1 989. 
Previously, she had been Dean of Arts and Sci- 
ences at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania, 
and Director of Academic Programs at the Mas- 
sachusetts Board of Regents of Higher Education, 
and a faculty member and Department Chair at 
the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez. 

Dr. Gomez will take a year's sabbatical after 
the Trustees select a successor and will return to 
the College as a Professor in the Department of 
Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures. 



Dr. Elsa Gomez 173 



Commencement 

Nineteen Hundred and Ninety-Five 
The One Hundred and Fortieth Year of the College 




PROCESSION OF THE CLASS OF 1995 

Kean College of New Jersey Concert Band 
Professor Robert Yurochko, Conducting 

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 

Annemarie P. Ricci, Class of 1995 

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION OF PLATFORM GUESTS 

Elsa Gomez, President of the College 

OPENING REMARKS 

Charlotte Risberg, Class of 1995 
Council for Part-Time Students 

CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES 

Larry Lockhart, Chairperson, Board of Trustees 

Murray Pantirer 

Doctor of Humane Letters 

Abraham Zuckerman 
Doctor of Humane Letters 

Emily (Cissy) Houston 
Doctor of Humane Letters 

Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr. 
Doctor of Humane Letters 

ADDRESS 

Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr. 

PRESENTATION OF FACULTY AWARDS 

Elsa Gomez, President of the College 

Presidential Excellence Award for Teaching 

Presidential Excellence Award for Scholarship/Creative Works 

PRESENTATION OF THE CLASS OF 1995 

Sandra F. Mark, Vice President for Academic Affairs 

Charles E. Anderson, Dean, School of Business, Government and Technology 

Ana Maria Schuhmann, Dean, School of Education 

Edward B. Weil, Dean, School of Liberal Arts 

Betty W. Barber, Dean, School of Natural Sciences, Nursing, and Mathematics 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 

Elsa Gomez, President of the College 

ALMA MATER 

SENIOR MOMENT 

Felice K. Vazquez, Class of 1995 
Student Organization 

ALUMNI WELCOME 

Jane Bodzioch, President 
Alumni Association 

CLOSING REMARKS 

Jemal Beale, Class of 1995 
Graduate Student Council 

RECESSIONAL 



174 Commencement 




Graduates Celebrate the End, 
and the Beginning 



ark skies and a slight, rainy mist failed to 
dampen the spirits of Kean College's largest grad- 
uating class during Commencement exercises in 
May. 

The College conferred degrees on approxi- 
mately 1,657 undergraduates and 363 graduate 
students during its 140th Commencement. 

Kean College President Elsa Gomez, in her 
opening remarks, proudly extolled the virtues of 
Kean's state-of-the-art Col lege Center and the ren- 
ovation of the library, adding Kean "is a vibrant 
achieving College community" she has been 
proud to serve as president. 

Keynote speaker Malcolm S. Forbes Jr., who re- 
ceived an honorary degree, addressed this year's 
graduates. He declared two trends will signifi- 
cantly alter the way they live and work in the 
coming years. 

"You are entering a very positive age," Mr. For- 
bes said. "In a sense, we are in the Model T era 
of the microchip age." The development of the 
information age, he added, is "mind-boggling." 

Mr. Forbes, the Chief Executive Officer of For- 
bes Inc. and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine, 
maintained the information age will emphasize 
individualism and reward creativity, adding "the 
real capital of the country lies in human imagi- 
nation." 

In his remarks to an audience of almost 1 0,000, 
the communications magnate rejected the view 
that only those highly skilled in computers will 
thrive. "The microchip age will make us all 
smarter," he said. "You're going to be the bene- 
ficiaries of it." 

The second trend, according to Mr. Forbes, is 
the close of the Cold War and its "transforming 
effect" on political discourse, particularly on re- 
form movements. "For the first time in 80 years, 
we don't have an external threat," he said. 

In his address to the Class of 1 995, Mr. Forbes' 
comments were punctuated with humor, humility 
and down-to-earth wisdom. 

He offered graduates several bits of what he 
called useless advice: be prepared for several job 
and career changes during their lives; be prepared 
for serendipity; and be patient if their careers do 



not take off immediately, "but not too patient." 

Kean also offered honorary degrees to Cissy 
Houston, international pop and gospel singer, 
and Abraham Zuckerman and Murray Pantirer, 
representing Holocaust survivors on the 50th an- 
niversary of the liberation of the concentration 
camps. 

Ms. Houston was recognized for her accom- 
plishments as a vocal arranger, teacher, actress 
and civic leader. In a career spanning almost 40 
years, she has more than 600 recordings to her 
credit. A Grammy nominee, Ms. Houston is also 
the recipient of gold and platinum records for vo- 
cal performances with several leading musical 
artists. She was also cited for her many contribu- 
tions to charitable and civic organizations. 

Mr. Pantirer and Mr. Zuckerman, both of whom 
were Holocaust survivors saved by Oskar Schin- 
dler, received honorary degrees for their selfless 
contributions on behalf of Holocaust education 
and their humanitarian efforts. 

Student speakers included Charlotte Risberg of 
the Council for Part-Time Students who noted 
"Kean cares about the needs of the part-time stu- 
dents, and it shows." 

Felice Vazquez of Student Organization deliv- 
ered the Senior Moment. She noted her genera- 
tion has been labeled "Generation X," the un- 
known generation that doesn't stand for anything 
and is unprepared for a bleak future. Ms. Vazquez 
rejected that scenario. She urged her classmates 
to accept the Generation X term but to force eve- 
ryone to redefine it — as "Generation Excel." 

"One person can make a difference, if that one 
person is prepared to make a difference," she 
said. 

In the ceremony's closing remarks, Jemal Be- 
ale, representing the Graduate Student Council, 
compared college degrees to credit cards, stating 
graduates have made their own personal contract 
with America. "Our outstanding debt is equiva- 
lent to the national deficit ... it is possible for 
each of us to repay what we owe." He challenged 
the Class of 1995 to become productive alumni 
who give back to their communities. 



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